South Korea's new laws make changes to Apple and Google app stores near inevitable: The US and EU won't be far behind, and mandatory 15% to 30% fees could soon be a thing of the past.
It led a $50M round in Aumni to scale its investment analytics capabilities in private markets, and we expect the incumbent will seek more targets in H2 to power its digital transformation.
Apple’s new iPhone may have the ability to send calls and messages using satellite internet. The feature would offer a connectivity alternative in areas without 4G/5G—while giving satellite internet companies a new use case.
Matt Turner, an industry-hopping head of digital, sees the future of banking as hyper-personalized services embedded in customers’ daily lives.
The etailer will offer Affirm as a payment option for its US customers, which can sharpen Affirm’s edge against competitors and help Amazon stay ahead as BNPL services gain steam.
Could Amazon be in trouble? With many key executives departing, new CEO Andy Jassy could face major hurdles in attracting top talent and maintaining the company’s overall growth.
In 2020, B2B digital ad spending leaped from 4.9% of the US digital ad market to 5.7%, marking a sizable growth in share for the industry.
More Rx delivery companies are sidestepping insurance with low-cost meds: Sesame Care colaunched an online pharmacy that offers transparently priced and affordable ($5) prescriptions—but it’s not the only Rx delivery player doing this, and it’ll become even more commonplace as the federal gov’t turns up the pressure on pricing transparency rules.
On today's episode, we discuss how sports are consumed worldwide: Was viewership of the Olympics down outside the US, are digital platforms making any progress on sports rights, and what do we expect from future major sporting events? Tune in to the discussion as eMarketer principal analyst Bill Fisher hosts research analyst Man-Chung Cheung and principal analyst Paul Briggs.